|Company Act Article 328Aug. 1, 2018|
The liquidator shall not effect performance in favor of any of the creditors during the period fixed for declaring their rights of claims as provided in the preceding article, unless the obligation is a secured one and approval has been obtained from the court for repayment.
To the aforesaid unpaid creditors, the company shall, notwithstanding the provisions of the preceding paragraph1, be liable in damages as may be caused by delay.
In case the assets of the company are apparently sufficient to pay its debts, the aforesaid creditors who may hold the company liable in damage may be first paid with the approval of the court.
|Company Act Article 327Aug. 1, 2018|
The liquidator after having assumed office, by means of public notice shall, at least three times, urge the creditors to declare their rights of claims within a period of three months, stating also that any creditor failing to declare his rights of claims within the period will not be included in the liquidation, unless the creditor is known to the liquidator, to each known creditor the liquidator shall notify respectively.
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